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Google's Core Web Vitals initiative has taken the SEO and Web Performance worlds by storm and many sites are busy optimizing their Page Experience to maximize the ranking factor. The Cumulative Layout Shift metric is causing trouble to a lot of sites, so let's have a look at ways of addressing any issues for that metric.
The Pineco.de blog has a new tutorial posted that the Laravel users out there will find particularly useful. In their latest post, they introduce some basic Eloquent searching techniques that can be used to easily locate data via currently available Eloquent functionality. When our app is smaller - for example at the beginning - it's enough to apply small, handmade solutions. It's true for database searching as well. It's not necessary to pull in a package instantly. Most of the time we can use some simple techniques to perform searches in Eloquent. [...] Searching is a vital part of any application. A good interface helps the user to retrieve the information it needs. So it's essential to bring a good solution both on front-end and back-end. In this post, we are not covering any UI or front-end related topics. [...] So for now, let's talk about MySQL and Eloquent only. In the post, they share a few methods for searching data that don't require any additional service or package. They're mostly just taking advantage of features the MySQL database supports but they're showing how to use them in a Laravel environment: simple "where" clauses using the fuzzy matching of the "like" keyword searching JSON columns by a "path" using "sounds like" to find similar values Each item on the list comes with a few lines of code showing how to use it via an Eloquent model and a brief explanation of what's happening behind the scenes in the database.
Today, IBM released the Open Source Cloud Guide which highlights various use cases that are important in hybrid cloud environments and features the important open-source projects in those areas. The guide offers an overview of the concept or use case, an explanation of a traditional solution to achieve it, key open-source projects, and a highlight … continue reading The post IBM launches guide for contributing to open source cloud projects appeared first on SD Times.
TechCrunch is reporting that TikTok will soon release a new marketing API that is designed to support the company's creator marketplace. The new API, which is rumored to be launching in late September, could help brands automate marketing campaigns on the platform.
Productivity tips always make for a popular topic for an article, as everyone is looking for the silver bullet, that one weird trick that turns you into a productivity machine. However, the tips that work well for one person may not work so well for another. We asked the community on Twitter and Facebook to share their best productivity tips, and in this article I’m going to round these up alongside some things I’ve learned that work well for me.
A collection of the best free Bootstrap 5 templates for you to use on your next web project. All templates come bundled with added extras. The post The 40 Best Free Bootstrap 5 Templates & Themes in 2021 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Over the last years the quality of online stock footage has increased dramatically. A creative video intro or looping video background on the front page is perfect to draw attention. You can use stock footage [...]
Nearly half of global software development executives are looking to automation tools to save valuable staff time, according to the results of a survey from Tempo Software. The team time management and productivity-enhancing solution provider surveyed 800 software development executives across North America and Europe to understand how and why development teams track time. The … continue reading The post Report: Nearly half of executives are looking to automation tools to save developer time appeared first on SD Times.
The battle for user attention happens in the first fold of a website. It's no secret anymore – user attention is getting shorter and flakier. What was a 20-minute video earlier has become a 6 second Tik Tok today. Content is getting shorter, snappier and there is so much more content out there to fight […]
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